Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1939 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 18, 1939
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" • KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA.,, lywA^.^^^^a^^i^^^^MiiiMa^^g^sgsgggs ii»iii«ifc*BMBggg-g— in-Hiri mm • -jasessssssasssasas^^^^. bag ^ Wesley Closes B.B. SeasonWith Class Tourney r ' ' ' ' • • • • — : —'• first , ~ ! - ~~- • "—I • • ^•••••»JMi children: Mr: and Mrs. John Fenl » BEAUTY • • • BY DEFEATING 'SOPjHEAMS Wesley, Apr. 17 — The Senior glrla won from the 'Sophs," 36-23, In finals of a class basketball tournament last week Wednesday. C. H. K1>AMP, Field Itepfegcntetlff FENTON CHURCH HAS SPECIAL MEN'S MEETING Last week Tuesday we called on C. L. Bgesdal, east of Ledyard. The insurance company which half. €6Mlngi IKON'S PSIICRE COMPAQ . store With Country Prices. iCoandUp need money to truck license, ' , mll . Erdman topped the "Sophs" scoring with 14 points, and Lillian Johnson led the seniors With 16. Only three fouls were called. The senior boys defeated the "Soph" boys 41-29 but this was a rough and tumble game. In the second quarter Eugene Kirschbaum fell and "pulled" a ligament in his left shoulder. This damaged, prospects for the school baseball team, on which "Kinsh" played second. [Charley Kraus topped the senior 'scoring with 16 points, and Bob Moore made 14 for the "Sophs." ewlywcds Come for Tisit— - Mr and Mrs. John Lammers ,came Wednesday for a few days of their honeymoon here with her relatives. Mrs. Lammers, , formerly Delorls Wlngert, Is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wingert, who lived south of Wesley befovo moving to Adams, Minn., six years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Lammers were married at Adams Wednesday and will live near there^ Wesleyang in Music Contest- June Haverly and Luella Waldschmidt, of the'Britt high school glee club, went to Eagle Grove last Thursday with the rest of the club, VT . • it 11~«t» wnftnn- new owns barn, SGx'10, also a new chicken house, and C. L. remarked that he certainly appreciated these buildings. Mrs. Egesdal says Carlen Jr. is already .some athlete, for he can climb almost anything, and he may be a big bridge builder some day. * * * * children: . Iluhnke and family, Mr. and Mrs Walter Bieratedt and children, Mr and Mrs. Hugo Berninghaus and son Edward, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, Alvina and Ruth, Mr. and Wednesday, though it was rather chilly. He said he was "batching 1 at present, for Mrs. Farrow was m the hospital at Blue Earth with a ne-w girl, born April 6. the second child. Mother and baby were doing fine and were to be brought home soon. Milton added that may- he this would be another "Baby * * * * R. L. Krantz, the stocktouyer at Titonka, was working in a field when we arrived at MB place last week Monday. He had not yet started field work on his 480-acre place two miles east of S'wea City. Arthur Boeckholt lived on that farm this year and works for Mr. Krantz. They are feeding 85,cattle. DO tms wouiu ue ni.ut..",. , r , Week" for Us before we finished our rounds. He and Mrs. Farrow always read our farm news. Mr. Farrow learned to raise hogs while he was at home with his father, David Farrow, and at present he has 146 spring pigs which are doing well. When we * * * * called Fenton, Apr. 17 - The men s meeting and banquet was held in the Methodist church Monday evening. A 7 o'clock supper waj aerved by the AW to 79 men, and 101 tickets had been sold. Out-of-town churches represented were Estherville, Armstrong, Graettinger, and Swea City* The Rev. J. C. Buthman, district superintendent, of Algona, was the speaker, with Self Control as hta topic. Music wa» in charge of William Julius, local band teacher With Betty Jean Schwartz at the piano. The menu was roast pork, mashed potatoes! gravy, baked beans, dill pickles, buttered parker .. .*« .. *. A n nnl ft. T11P. MrsTAdolph Peril and daughters, Marie and Helen. _ Achievement 1'lftns Made- Home Project women of Fenton township met Friday afternoon in the Methodist church basement to make plans for their exhibit for Achievement day. This marks the close of the home project study on _-.. .• •¥-»_„*. TTU*- nf T-TAinP afternoon on the home diamond and won from Whittemore in six innings, 9-5. At the end of the first half inning Whittemore led Fenton, 3-0. Playing for Fenton were Schulte, (Jade, Greinert, Krause, Wlddel, Schmidt, Bergeson, Ohm, and Skare. Aid Meets for Sewing— Mrs. E. C. Fauerby's division of the Lutheran Aid met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Amos Finnestad The afternoon was spent sewing after which lunch was .served ,. . ' ir ^«,1 _*w* A«. A •»»+ ••••^••^^•^^•^ one other child, a son, Dennis Juft- ior. '. fHvln Hnskamps Hate Boy— (Mr. and! Mrs. If win Huakamp are parents df a boy born Wednesday morning. The Huskamips hav* two daughters. Other Fenton Hews. Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughters Alvina and Ruth drove to Fort Dodge Friday afternoon to get the other daughter Alice, who is nursing in the Lutheran, hospital .there. Alice returned Sunday. »'.»£ $ -.»& and Olof Norland. John iMrs* Jt A ( ATJ.U.G«.*\*» «*»— Frank Eigler left Wednesday .afternoon for Rochester where Mrs. Mueller'will enter a hospital. Mrs. George Boettcher and eoa Lewis, returned from Iowa City Thursday, where the latter iter 01 wniu,emui<=, a,.. ., had a diabetic check-up. T-ftllt -£ iilhcran AW Circle Meets— the Fenton Woman's club, attended Florence Weisbrod and L° ulse Mrs. Albert Mitchell entertained L Fe a e ration meeting at Algona B aker, Des Moines, came home - ' ' -. H--T..M "'Tuesday. " ••-*-- -« . phase, Bread Variations, displayed. Frank, Elmer Welfibrod, Mrs. B. C. Weisbrod is chairman | Schwartz, B. W. Ruske, for this township. E. E. J. W. ^^ A pp rox Last week Monday we stopped at, the AJd . Valley store, north or v »"°'™' ' . .-i. Deans, ui» yivn«*>i «--- house rolls, coffee, and apple pie. Approximately $35 was cleared by Lutheran Aid Circle Meets- Mrs. Albert Mitchell entertt. the Fenton circle of the Lutheran Aid at Depew Wednesday after- oon. Mrs. Bertel Berkeland and Mrs. Sigurd Nelson sang "Whisper -,-r i. «r.j~ TMA .1_T«1 **oirn1H. tretVt Schwartz, HJ. W. n.ua'n.c, ii. --i Ohm, and E. A. Weisbrod, the lat- »er of Whittemore, all members of ' tne uermau v«.i«=j BH««I — • — Titonka. Carl Kfause and mother operate this store, and they keep a fine stock of general mercn- ,, ..t.. -^ ^.,..^«. „„ andise. They have been having Schadendorf's, southeast of Led- ' sorne repair work done on their yard, last week Tuesday he was J, U ji,i m g. Ben Farrow, Lakota, and carrying water to calves in the I j.£ arm uken, Titonka, were doing barn. He has 15 of them, and they' are fine ones. He also had a new colt, dropped just the night before. ruc pay or for winter necessi- t liberal credit plan^ . , us to take care 'of the Tof most every borrow- -j_ J1UI Jyut* J IT it." i<«v» • «••« w ~which won an "excellent" rating in a district school music contest there. The Small String group here also won "excellent." Members of this group are Sylvia Ann and Lavon Gerdes, Jean. Bottom, and John Piekmann. Typing Contest Is Planned— 'Three first-year typing students —Dolores Arndorfer, Florence Olson, Lavon Gerdes—have been en- , . But of all the fine things on this farm the finest by far is the new boy, born January 19 and named Alfred William. Grandma Schadendorf says this baby is hoss already! Mr. and Mrs. Schadendorif had three little girls, >so the boy was extra welcome. the carpentering. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller, north of Ledyard, have a new boy, seven months old on April 1. Ths b a by veighed 11% Pounds at birth and 75t1i Birthday Fred Dau was honoree at a •birthday surprise last Tuesday night honoring his 75th birthday anniversary. . The evening was spent socially, after which lunch brought by the group was served Guests were children and grand Mrs Sigurd Nelson sang "w.nisi»ei- ^leauui ^^ ~-»—• • -- ng Hope." Mrt».Joe«elgavoldgave was recently Carded first reading which was followed by in the Lyon county high school he Kroup giving the Lord's prayer, poetry contest, and also received Alter the program the time was a medal and money prize for hav- Frank C. * + * * Zcnder, o the Zender r l ann. t^. -cjuuutii, u LUC *jv»*"~* clothiers at Algona, says' he is "no a farmer, but that he advises al farmers to hold their corn to higher prices. can never find a hat to fit, for h takes a 9% size. The R. G. Mis bach store, Fairmont, was waitin for him to call for anew hat spec ,,,«,,. B «. Wins Two Prizes- Eleanor Ann Denker, lore his grandfatner, i'e-i once c i e ncea, anu HB» thnt'a daily paper recently nav e the name right, was one had a Picture of a IWb. boy In II- 1 the Hahn girls at Whittemore. Hnois that could chin himself, but Edward Ernest could chin himsel noon. Guests were the Mesdames Derwood Eigler, Robert Goetsch, Lester Weisbrod, John Newel, and Oliver Stoeber. In the evening those helping were Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mrs. Bassett, a.guest at the Raymond Stoeber home, and Mrs. E. U Weisbrod. / Fenton Beats Whittemore— Fenton high school opened its isaner, uea ivxuurco, »/«»•"« «-—- -day evening for a week-end visit at Wm. J. Weisbrod's. Mrs. Arnold Klatt returned home recently after two weeks at Clear Lake with a cousin, Mrs. Lionel Eustace. Small Loans Up to $300 VWn^^T^dgW^^;! "'JgS'SlSF aSded N a eW dfstrict musfc contest HU]S1 ; H OLD FUE5ITUBE, VKt at Eagle Grove Thursday. Shirley Pron ipt, courteous, confidential Frank entered the contest and . placed second with her viohn se- BBrv *• • n «--— WH IOWA FINANCE CO A 10%-lb. daughter was born ^ ^ Opper p^ j^eg office, Wednesday, night to Mr. and Mrs. • ._, Algona. low* Dennis Hendricksen. They have | > •<">« i.w st every Dprruw- Lavon ooraes—nave oeen eii- rt or Single. TerpaS tered in a district commercial con* ^Jffnnn to YOU!" test at Lake Mills Saturday, April to conform to yout w» shorthand entries will be •ana » me - ans made on Furniture, fv'estock, or other personal T property Ls refinanced—payments reduced MON- at xjti".*5 ivi-ino W«AW««v.^.^i --i. 29 No shorthand entries will be sent from Wesley. The three typists will compete as a team, but •will also be eligible for individual honors. ' Wesley Boy Gets a Job- Mrs. Ottilie Hildman's son recently entered the employ at five months and weighed 2. pounds at that age. The doctoi from Minnesota who delivered tHis * * * * ., babv said it was the largest he Mrs. Anna Soderberg, two mile }£/ ever delivered, and he hoped .south pf Bancroft, told us last ' he Mnler , g WO uld -move to week Monday that she had been in J. t so the boy could enroll poor condition from heart trouble ™"". e Minneso t a football team, in the last few weeks, but now she " are aree other children In is up and doing some of her work! ^ £amlly: Vincent, 7; Gordon, 6; *& GAM B LE S ^, -VF'-^ lf,jnt*J t ^ l^* ?.^ -:" 1 ? 1 ,' ..*!'* -,'r 1 ,. *«, la up aiiu uuuifo «w.»*\- V* «-. . again. She received many beautiful flowers* from neighbors vand other friends while she was sick, and the ' Leonard T. Johnsons, X iiei c »*» v w — — the family: Vincent, and Marylin, 4. Alt of out obligation. P.J.KOHLHAAS l T ei;eiii.ij ^»»i.~.~— - - Yirk Products, Inc., 'Des Moines, He is a graduate of the local parochial and public schools, and he .received busness training at the American Institute of Bus.ness Des Moines, where he did excellent work. neighbors, sent two spring raised from January chicks. Soderberg remarked that friends helped her more medicine. fries Mrs. The D. , * * * * W. Van Brunts, seven are a r* BAKING POWDER Manufactured by baking powder Specialists who I make nothing but baking powder — un<Ur supervision of •xpwrt chtnuits. i A ! "car"prt~raB" sewing and radio party was held Wednesday at-Mrs Robert Welter's, with M«. George Vitzzthum as co-hostess. Eight I* gion Auxiliary members .and one ' Mrs. Dutton, attended and I a talk on child welfare from I WOI, | Parochial ^*»£*- pro . * * * * William Trenary, who formerly ived on his father's farm, southwest of Ledyard, lately moved to the first farm east of the German Valley store. When we saw him last week Monday he said he had been up most of the night before, caring for little pigs, three of his sows having farrowed. * * * * Milton Farrow, four miles north of Ledyard, was disking oats last mile'? north of Swea City, new family there which came from 'e ven miles north and across the s-EL Mlm rM, h "JS"= KWMa2^»S , __- — fif-if H'ptUl'GTS vJIi till** "it** ***> i ™ard fence has been rebuilt, and | t v. er e i s a new hog house there although I some time Kt Farmers/ Save Money On Used Equipment! fame price today «4fiy«ar* ago IS oanea* lor . FULL PACK NO SLACK FILLING L^^^^^_^____^^^^^^^^^^^^^MM MIUION5 OF POUNDS HAVt BEfN UilD BY OUR GOVERNMENT IPLUMB1NG! MAKY PEOPLE ABE installing extra toilets or bathrooms in their homes. Have you con-' sideredit] See us. IMNG & MUCKEY I'hono 464 Algona, Iowa contribute selections Ames. hgrM^ff^ssr.. te^rr^*.rv e .s jby Oie D. J. Zerbe' Sl Other Wesley News. , Mr and Mrs. Henry Haverly ^•ss^ H£ Und Joan Smith, ^^1^0" Mr. a Thte wasThaTclub's last card party this season. I work will commence some- ES-JSK-ISES."! GARDEN SEEDS If you want some you can depend on, buy the Farmers Feeds of F&ri- bault, Minii, These seeds are so pure you can expect every seed to grow and make you big money ip. return,, If ypu don't believe, just check , U P on them. ,'',. the Dawson, second, and Brdnian \vas low. MU ^M 1934 FORD. —~a . 1935 FORD. Dual Tires, long wheelbase. / 1935 DODGE. Dual tires, long wheelbase; grain box. 1933 GMC. Long wheelbase> dual tires. 1934 DODGE pick-up. 1934 GMC long wheelbase; dual tires. 1933 INTERNATIONt. Dual tires. 1934 INTERNATIONAL J-M?/2 ton Excellent condition; dual tires. Little Wonder 2-bottom 14" tractor plow. 1A ,, McCormick-Deering 3-bottom 1* tractor plow. . Letz No. 344 combination feed mill McCormick -Deering No. 4 cream separators. McCormick-Deering No. 4 manure spreader. Farmall 2-row cultivator. 4-section flexible peg harrow. Several endgate seeders and horse- drawn disc harrows. BUY WITH SAFETY! We offer our Blue Ribbon Tractor Specials at price* . you can afford F-20 Farmall F-20 Farmall, rubber all around. Regular Fwmafl. In addition to our Blue Bibbon tractors we have: Forclson witft Ferguson Plow, -Deermg $1QP Down, 5 Week No Charge for Credit Silent, smooth running, Gamble's Artisan Lawn Mower. Rubber tires— $* 4.95 Ball Bearings T ATB "" Others as low as $4.29 **!ft ^ [ 0 Gtt ^17 ess «( .«*S B\C"< &** ISPO* ivts ;^»<» n»; OOPS FREE £& For IHIng This Washer For Ono Washing In Your Honw We want you to know—to^tell your friends—about the beauty and performance of Coronado Washers. No obligation—you eet one pair of beautiful $1.00 three thread silk stockings FREE and the use of the washer FREE1 Coronado Electric •a- •r. : . Needs no outside connections. Ideal ^r lake, picnics, camp, car etc. 6 tubes. RCA & licensed. Complete^ Per Vrfeeh, Payab'.o ONE PAIR "SUPER-8" OVERALL • ••••_•. ^ *%_•— Cn ••«&•• AllJtlltV IEi OF CHARGE 1^ With 5 Gals. Super Quality House or Barn Paint Gamb!e's Super Quality Homcguard House Paint Guaranteed For 5 Years of Service Save 25% to 40% Per Gal. in 5 Gal. Lots Gamble's Super Quality Grade "A' r Bairn Paint Covers more and lasts longer. Brilliant red shade, high gloss finish. Per Gal. in 5 Gal. Lots Overalls FREE of charge with 5 gallons , - Overalls FREE of charge with 5 gallons Hit PATTERNS Enough for walls and border of 8-foot by 8-foot room. STANDARD ~~* QUALITY WATERPROOF- NON FADING...... BEFORE! A Price Like This Oit A 6.3 Cli-Ft-Brand New 1939 REFKIfiERftTOR Gambles make history with this great value. Brand new 1939 MODEL with modern styling and improved features. • 6 Year Protection Plan • Thennocraft Insulation • Edge Mounted Hardware • All Copper Freezing Unit • Freezes 9 Ibs. of Ice Gamble's Super 8 Overalls Sizes 38 to 46 .....»•» Gamble's Big Value Overalls Sizes 88 to« •« $8.60 List Electric Iron with idicatr..,. *>*» .. 4* 4 J •i-s 5| i G If JIKE JfUIES , 5 QUARTS 100 PURE FENN. > PF. RIVilT OIL quality at these eittemely Jow prices. installation. l Store ^.'Y 1 1<, ** ,', •??«? 'ic<rAK-yt ^^gpr^pET^ lw«i ,-:... 'ArfJ > 'v. ^ - . "* - ." '. ' ' "'._.% d^^^2te!4^..i^j> - iDd^^l^fc^^^^^'fegs^ & , H If \. I >| i »• t *lni.-,-J^

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